Deep inner thigh pain with no injury....?

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Deep inner thigh pain with no injury....?
Last night, when I got up to get something to drink, in my right leg, on the outer side at the end and right below my knee, there was pain all of a sudden and I could barely walk. But a couple of minutes later it went away. After waking up today, I have this deep muscle pain in both of my inner thighs. It's worse in my right inner thigh. It almost feels like someone cut through the muscles or tore them. When I walk, it's just my right inner thigh that hurts, and it makes me limp. When I sit down, like especially on the toilet, it really hurts in both thighs. I didn't do anything in my sleep that's different than what I do any other night. I have fibromyalgia, and I have severe back pain every morning, so I take a Norco, and that didn't help one bit. I just got diagnosed with bronchitis a few days ago, but I don't think it'd have anything to do with this pain, since I've never had pain like this before with bronchitis, a cold, the flu, etc. Does anyone have an idea on why I have this pain? Any help is greatly appreciated!
Since you were just diagnosed by your doctor for having bronchitis; perhaps talk to them about it & ask if there's a chance you have a pinched nerve... GOOD LUCK
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